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In chaos theory slight differences in simple, common events can potentially lead to a wide degree of difference in the outcomes of those events. This is commonly referred to as the “butterfly effect” where, for instance, the slight disturbance of air caused by a butterfly could potentially set off a chain of events that ultimately results in a devastating wind. This tells us as much about predictability as it does about what is impossible to know.